Category Archives: festival

An appeal from Chris Watkins for Borderlands artists’ residency funding

Chris has been volunteering at Borderlands, the drop-in centre for Asylum seekers and refugees in Bristol for the last two years, working at the Art Table in the centre: A group of four refugee artists, who attend the drop-in centre

An appeal from Chris Watkins for Borderlands artists’ residency funding

Chris has been volunteering at Borderlands, the drop-in centre for Asylum seekers and refugees in Bristol for the last two years, working at the Art Table in the centre: A group of four refugee artists, who attend the drop-in centre

On the Page at Swansea Zine Fest – 19th May 2018

Swansea Zine Fest Sat 19th May 2018, 12 – 5pm at Volcano in Swansea. On the Page is a group of artists who are currently on the MA Multidisciplinary Printmaking course at University of West of England (UWE, Bristol). Our

On the Page at Swansea Zine Fest – 19th May 2018

Swansea Zine Fest Sat 19th May 2018, 12 – 5pm at Volcano in Swansea. On the Page is a group of artists who are currently on the MA Multidisciplinary Printmaking course at University of West of England (UWE, Bristol). Our

Paul’s ‘Just Press Print’ exhibition at Visual Arts Centre, University of Texas

Image above – Detail: Richard Falle, Ice Cream Inferno, 2012, Pigmented Inkjet Print, CFPR Editions. Just Press Print exhibition at the Visual Arts Centre, University of  Texas at Austin, USA, 26th January –  23rd February 2018. Paul will be in

Paul’s ‘Just Press Print’ exhibition at Visual Arts Centre, University of Texas

Image above – Detail: Richard Falle, Ice Cream Inferno, 2012, Pigmented Inkjet Print, CFPR Editions. Just Press Print exhibition at the Visual Arts Centre, University of  Texas at Austin, USA, 26th January –  23rd February 2018. Paul will be in

Elena Zeppou selected for The International Biennale of Contemporary Engraving, Romania

Elena has a large-scale work in this biennale exhibition, 127 works were selected by a panel to feature 90 artists from 27 countries. The exhibition is at the Palace of Culture in Iaşi, Romania, 21st September – 22nd October 2017.

Elena Zeppou selected for The International Biennale of Contemporary Engraving, Romania

Elena has a large-scale work in this biennale exhibition, 127 works were selected by a panel to feature 90 artists from 27 countries. The exhibition is at the Palace of Culture in Iaşi, Romania, 21st September – 22nd October 2017.

‘Smile’ by Catherine Cartwright – projected print animation for Lost Weekend, Exeter, October 2017

An animated portrait called “Smile” made by Catherine Cartwright will be projected outdoors in Fore Street, Exeter during the three days of the “Lost Weekend” festival in Exeter, 4-6 Oct. The image above is a snippet from the animation. It’s

‘Smile’ by Catherine Cartwright – projected print animation for Lost Weekend, Exeter, October 2017

An animated portrait called “Smile” made by Catherine Cartwright will be projected outdoors in Fore Street, Exeter during the three days of the “Lost Weekend” festival in Exeter, 4-6 Oct. The image above is a snippet from the animation. It’s

Elena at Brighton Print Fair Sat 23rd September

Elena Zeppou will be at #BrightonPrintFair on Saturday 23 September 2017 showing new work made this summer. Part of Brighton’s Print Festival 2017, the one-day fair runs 11:00 – 17:00 at Phoenix Brighton. https://www.phoenixbrighton.org/events/brighton-print-fair/

Elena at Brighton Print Fair Sat 23rd September

Elena Zeppou will be at #BrightonPrintFair on Saturday 23 September 2017 showing new work made this summer. Part of Brighton’s Print Festival 2017, the one-day fair runs 11:00 – 17:00 at Phoenix Brighton. https://www.phoenixbrighton.org/events/brighton-print-fair/

End of the Road festival Dorset

As if a month in Denmark wasn’t enough work, Bristol Print Collective aka Jemma, Lisa and Vicky came home and went straight off to run workshops with hundreds of people in the woods at End of the Road festival over

End of the Road festival Dorset

As if a month in Denmark wasn’t enough work, Bristol Print Collective aka Jemma, Lisa and Vicky came home and went straight off to run workshops with hundreds of people in the woods at End of the Road festival over